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    Navy Unveils System Meant to Counter Pay Delays, Other Paperwork Holdups

    Navy Unveils System Meant to Counter Pay Delays, Other Paperwork Holdups

    Trying to combat delays in pay and personnel requests for sailors, the Navy has rolled out a dashboard that will give leaders at every command the ability to see an overview of their sailors' requests.

    The sea service says that the tool will let command leadership “gain insight into the status of their Sailors' initiated, submitted, and pending pay and personnel cases” and take ownership of getting those problems resolved quickly.

    The rollout comes after months of reported backlogs for sailors in various parts of the fleet tied to delays in getting paperwork or pay. Navy leaders have explained that many of these issues stem from the service's efforts to modernize and standardize how it handles those transactions.

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    Cmdr. Jason Grose, the commanding officer of the Navy Pay and Personnel Support Center, told Military.com in a phone call Thursday that the platform “allows the CO to now take ownership of their sailor pay.”

    Grose, who previously commanded a reserve center in , confessed that, as a commander, he “had no idea what was going on with any of my sailor pay transactions.” However, now, “I can pull up the dashboard, I can easily go to my command, I can look at the status of all my cases.”

    From there, Grose said that leaders can zero in on cases that have been kicked back to the…

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